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How to fix a Samsung LCD (Electrolytic Capacitor)

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Published on Oct 12, 2010

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My 26" Samsung LCD stopped turning on. I did some research and found out that an electrolytic capacitor was blown. This piece can be purchased at some Radioshacks, various places on the internet, and even local tech stores. Their cost is around $1.40 each. and are fairly simple to replace. I take no responsibility for damage to any TV as a result of attempting anything from this video. I am not a professional, and in fact, this was my first time make any type of instructional video. I hope it helps someone out there, I was pretty ecstatic to learn that I didn't have to shell out hundreds of dollars for a new TV!

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